⚑Create your first quest

Getting started with your first quest is simple and intuitive. Nevertheless, this setup guide will give you an in-depth tutorial of each step to create a mini-quest.

1. Basic Information

Quest title

The headline or title of your quest helps visitors understand why they are on your quest page. Make sure your headline is clear, specific, and concise. It will be the difference between visitors starting the quest or leaving.

A compelling headline follows the format [CALL TO ACTION] + [PRIZE] and is succinct. You will be able to explain the quest in more detail in the description.

  • Action verb examples: win, earn, get

  • Prize description example: $100 USD in Total NFT Prizes!


Use this section to explain the details of the quest, why your community should participate in the quest.

Inspire & motivate

Use emotive language to inspire and motivate your community to rally around this quest.


Your description should also start with explaining (and compelling your audience to win) the prize β€” If it’s more than a straightforward cash prize, focus on its value, utility, rarity, special features, etc. If you have a page or article with more info, this is a good place to link to it.

Only {token} holders can participate in this quest to win $100 USD value in {$token} / to earn a spot on our allowlist for {upcoming NFT drop}. If you do not yet own a {NFT}, you can buy one on {NFT marketplace}. Winners will be chosen by raffle.

Next, make clear what actions the quest participant must complete for a chance to win the prize. Even though it’s clear within the Milestones below, it’s important to mention that they must complete all steps to win.

For a chance to win, you must complete ALL of the following milestones.

Privacy is an especially important topic across all communities. You may also wish to add a privacy disclaimer to let participants know how their privacy will remain protected after connecting.

Please note: By connecting any of your wallet or social media accounts, you are granting read-only permissions for the purpose of validating you have completed these tasks. We do not share your information with any 3rd-parties and you can read our data privacy policy here.

Cover image

The most dominant part of your quest page is the cover image. Keep it visual (no/limited text in image) and make sure there is a clear focal point rather than a busy image with many elements. The content should be relevant, colorful, and exciting/attention-grabbing.

Your cover image’s dimensions should be 2304x1296px and either WebP, JPEG, or PNG format.

WebP has excellent compression which helps your quest page load faster. You can convert images to WebP using a variety of online converters. Here is one.

Quest URL

This is the unique URL for your quest, and will be the same whether you share the published or preview version. The slug is the last part of the URL address that serves as a unique identifier of the page. Although it is automatically created based on the title of your quest, you can edit it to make it shorter or easier on the eyes.

2. Timing

A quest must have a future launch date and time, as well as a definite end date and time. Once you publish your quest live, it will start showing a countdown timer in the top left until launch time!

3. Eligibility

You are free to make your quest open to everyone! However, if you want to make it more exclusive, you can gate your quest based on (1) net worth of the participant's total wallet holdings, (2) holding a specific NFT, (3) holding a specific token, (4) having a specific Discord role

This is simply to screen who gets to participate.

4. Steps

Each quest step is associated with a specific action, and event-based quests allow you to combine multiple steps across a variety of actions to lead participants on a journey through your content and dApp.

They must achieve all steps by the deadline you decide for a chance to win the quest prize.

Simply add a "Step" in your quest, then choose the desired "Action" you would like the quest participant to take.

To see the list of available actions, skip to Actions.

5. Rewards + Prizes


Here you can see the XP points that will be awarded upon completion. This reward cannot be edited, and is fixed based on the quest action.

You can, however, determine how many credits you would like to award upon completion of the quest.


Event-based quests offer the option to include additional prizes for participants who have completed the quest.

The prize is awarded via raffle, with eligibility limited to those participants who have successfully completed the quest.

Choose from an NFT, token, or a custom prize. Then select the number of rewards and raffle winners. And, lastly, upload a prize image. πŸ‘‡

Quest prize image

For Custom rewards, the image of the prize should be clear and self-explanatory. This could be an example of the item that participants can win or β€” if it’s for an allowlist spot β€” an image of what the allowlist gives access to.

Your prize image’s dimensions should be at least 360 Γ— 360px with a 1:1 (square) aspect ratio and either WebP, JPEG, or PNG format.

  • Recommended: 360 Γ— 360 at 1x density (equal to 120 Γ— 120 px at 3x density)

  • File size: <100 KB

  • Aspect Ratio: 1:1 (square)

  • Recommended Format: WebP, JPEG, or PNG

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